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Whistleblowers, residents, journalists, regulators and others recount the events, controversies, and lingering effects of the accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania. The documentary, anchored by Government Accountability Project client Richard Parks, who came forward to expose the willful disregard of safety risks in the US’s most infamous nuclear power plant, reveals the necessity of whistleblowers in keeping the public safe and corporations accountable.
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Since 1977, Government Accountability Project has helped over 8,000 whistleblowers across many issue areas. See our individual focus areas below to learn more about our breadth of experience and expertise.
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The Environment, Energy & Climate Change program provides legal representation and support for whistleblowers making disclosures about wrongdoing that impacts the environment and natural resources. Climate Science & Policy Watch defends federal climate science and holds government accountable for preserving scientific integrity.
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Our International Whistleblower Rights program advocates for global whistleblowers by working with activists and governments, drafting laws and policies, representing inter-governmental whistleblowers, offering trainings, and monitoring corporations, banks, and laws.